Chapter 2: The guest-house

Eyguières, is a little  village of the Alpilles Regional Park, ideally positioned in the heart of the triangle Avignon, Aix and Arles, famous since antiquity for its fountains and springs (hence the name of the Roman Castrum of Aquaria).

"La risouleto ", "the smiling" in  Provencal, lay  behind his white gate on the way of the arena, on the edge of the hill and at the foot of Mount Menu and the Signal di Opiho, the highest point the Alpilles.
It is located in the quiet of its foliage, barely disturbed by the blast of the Mistral, the song of nightingales or the rattle of cicadas.

Opening hours begin at 17 PM and the rooms must be free for the forcoming guests at 10 AM.

Past the entrance terrace, the hall opens onto the living room and fireplace. Beyond, the winter garden and his fish pond, its decoration inspired by the long voyages of the family, is ready for warm breakfast in winter, unless you prefer to take it in the vaulted dining room that provides access to room "Hibiscus" with  the comfort of a fireplace.

The library, dressed in garnet leads you to the room "Myosotis".

On the first floor is  room "Jasmine" with a bathroom. It can be integrated in a family suite with rooms "Honeysuckle", "Capucine" and a lounge.

The homemade breakfasts, sweet or savory, are served with the seasons, in the house or in the open patios on the nature of the garden or the kitchen garden.

The garden and the children playground are open to all but on the strict survey of the parents.

The cars parked in the closed property.